MAC OSX EL Capitan EE Website

Since upgrading Experts-Exchange looks like this?

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How do I fix this? its the same in Safari and Firefox, Its fine on my Fusion Windows 8 box - So I'm guessing its a MAC problem

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantAsked:
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Looks like a font problem. Try opening Font Book (found in the Applications folder. Click on a font, then type Command A to Select All and pull down the File menu to Validate Fonts to see if you have any problematical fonts.

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Also, if by any chance you are using Extensis Font Management, this may be your problem:
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Good Call I had two 'Wavy' fonts in font book - After successful validation I removed them. Everything works as it should now, Cheers M8

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